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Monday 15th November 2004
Researchers working under the Japanese Femtosecond Technology Research Association have developed an optical switch capable of processing one terabit of data per second.
Monday 15th November 2004
Albany NanoTech in New York will provide the headquarters for research into probing techniques that measure strained-silicon transistor performance.
Friday 12th November 2004
Japanese consumer electronics giant Sharp enters the next-generation DVD battle with a combined Blu-ray Disc and hard drive recorder.
Friday 12th November 2004
Epiworks boosts HBT production, Sharp makes its SiGe debut, Sirenza gains a broadband-related patent and Xindium appoints a new vice president of engineering.
Thursday 11th November 2004
Wisconsin-based laser manufacturer Alfalight edges nearer DARPA's stiff target with a 50 W laser bar operating at up to 73% power conversion efficiency.
Tuesday 9th November 2004
Osram's latest LEDs and laser diodes cover a wide variety of applications, including automobile lighting, reading lights and industrial signage.
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Monday 8th November 2004
A pioneer of the outsourcing model, epiwafer provider IQE has agreed a two-year deal that could be worth up to $25 million with a US RF component manufacturer.
Monday 8th November 2004
With handset vendors touting 3G phones for this year's holiday season, two US-based manufacturers seek to exploit the emerging market with new power amplifier modules.
Thursday 4th November 2004
Echoing action taken by rival equipment manufacturer Veeco, Aixtron has cut guidance due to falling orders.
Wednesday 3rd November 2004
With the key fiber-optic component suppliers still in the doldrums, a report suggesting that NTT is planning a $47 billion upgrade to its optical network could help revive the sector.
Tuesday 2nd November 2004
Scientists at NEC's research laboratories have fabricated the world's most powerful 405 nm continuous-wave GaN laser.
Monday 1st November 2004
The marriage of WIN Semiconductors and Global Communication Technology will create Taiwan's biggest GaAs wafer foundry.
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Monday 1st November 2004
Of the major US-based GaAs IC manufacturers to have reported their latest financial results, only Skyworks has posted a net profit
Wednesday 27th October 2004
TDI, in collaboration with Rubicon, has demonstrated growth of GaN on 6-inch sapphire, and will present its findings at this week's CS-MAX event.
Monday 25th October 2004
Showa Denko KK, a Japanese LED manufacturer, has developed a blue flip-chip LED with an output power of 12 mW.
Thursday 21st October 2004
With the semi-insulating GaAs substrate market having made the transition to 6-inch wafers, Strategy Analytics believes that it will now grow steadily, in terms of materials, through 2008.
Wednesday 20th October 2004
High-brightness LED lighting developer Lamina Ceramics says that it has made the brightest LED "light engine" ever.
Wednesday 20th October 2004
Spire Corporation is awarded $750,000 to advance the detection of explosives using terahertz radiation from quantum cascade laser sources.
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Tuesday 19th October 2004
Opto Tech plans a rapid rise in shipments of Nichia LEDs in 2005, RFMD supplies its transceiver module for Motorola's latest cell phone, and VPEC's CEO resigns.
Tuesday 19th October 2004
AXT's share price fell by 20% after it was accused of making materially false and misleading statements and allowing an artificially inflated share price to go unchecked.
Friday 15th October 2004
Increased LED sales in the first fiscal quarter of 2005 have enabled Cree to generate revenue of $96 million and rake in a $24 million profit.
Thursday 14th October 2004
By acquiring Sweden-based AMDS, wide-bandgap materials specialist Intrinsic Semiconductor announces its presence in the SiC device market.
Wednesday 13th October 2004
Under a modified agreement, optical chip and module maker Finisar will pay less for its planned acquisition of Infineon's fiber-optic business unit.
Wednesday 13th October 2004
LED maker Cree releases two new high-brightness XThin products in a bid to capture some market share in the emerging large-format LCD backlighting sector.

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